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Counselling Aotearoa April 2018

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The April 2018 issue of Counselling Aotearoa, the "external" newsletter of the NZ Association of Counsellors / Te Roopu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa includes stories about the Associate Minister of Education seeing the benefit of counsellors to children's learning, counselling for children and families to help explore concepts of childhood and sexuality, 'Chatbus', an early intervention counselling service for primary school children, counselling service 'WellElder' working to help older people access counselling services and NZAC's response to Mike Hosking's "parents should be told" comment on radio show. more...
Guidance counsellors in primary and intermediate schools will benefit children’s education and emotional wellbeing. more...
“Counselling provides a space to help children and their families explore concepts of childhood and sexuality,” says a NZ Association of Counsellors member. more...
Offering youth mental health support and counselling services shouldn’t wait until young Kiwis begin secondary school, says the founder of Chatbus. more...
Undervaluing of New Zealand’s older people can cause them to feel isolated, unheard and anxious, one New Zealand Association of Counsellors member said. more...
New Zealand’s Labour-led government has made headline news in recent months, and not in a good way. more...

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